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# education - Monday 5 December, 2016

Schools to be required to publish all complaints made against them

Under a new student and parent charter, schools will have to outline the outcome of each complaint made by parents.

# education - Thursday 1 December, 2016

Cork students attending classes in 'freezing' GAA dressing rooms after school fire

The Patrician Academy in Cork was badly damaged by fire over the summer.

# education - Monday 28 November, 2016

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Mary Robinson will not be giving her papers to the controversial Presidential library

Instead, they’ll be housed in NUI Galway to save money.

Government must stop discrimination in funding for new schools, say teachers

Richard Bruton has said new funding measures will help the “smooth establishment” of new schools.

# education - Thursday 24 November, 2016

From Business ETC The European Investment Bank is pumping €170m into two Irish colleges Funding

The European Investment Bank is pumping €170m into two Irish colleges

The low-cost loans for UCC and Trinity come amid a growing funding crisis for local universities.

Computer Science is going to be a Leaving Cert subject

A new report has also stressed the importance of the quality of teaching in Science subjects.

# education - Wednesday 23 November, 2016

Severely disabled child denied education for 10 months after allegations of abuse at school

A new report from the Ombudsman for Children says education must be adaptable to the individual needs of children

# education - Friday 18 November, 2016

The 'right to be forgotten' and consent education: The gaps in Ireland's protection of children

The right to play, giving more powers to gardaí, and the abolition of direct provision centres were also contained in the report.

# education - Monday 14 November, 2016

Half of all primary schools have seen homophobic bullying

In 11% of cases, principals said that they had dealt with this issue either weekly or monthly.

# education - Friday 11 November, 2016

5 nifty science experiments you can do at home with the kids

# education - Thursday 10 November, 2016

From Business ETC What the Trump victory means for 'brand USA' Policy

What the Trump victory means for 'brand USA'

America’s global image is set to take a dive under the brash property tycoon.

# education - Tuesday 8 November, 2016

Around 500 secondary schools closed today as teachers strike

The strike centres on pay for newly-qualified teachers.

# education - Friday 4 November, 2016

Take your pick: Applications for CAO courses open from today

Put your preferred choice first – not the course with the most points.

# education - Monday 31 October, 2016

Minister announces 430 new resource teachers to help children with special education needs

The allocation means there will now be nearly 7,500 special needs teachers in the system.

# education - Wednesday 26 October, 2016

Changing careers 101 - Figure out where you want to go

If you are in your 20s, it’s a good time to ring the changes if that’s what your gut is telling you.

# education - Sunday 23 October, 2016

Maths Week: The solutions to your puzzles QED

Maths Week: The solutions to your puzzles

Tens of thousands of you took our mathematical challenge all week. Here are the answers.

# education - Saturday 22 October, 2016

Maths Week: Your Saturday evening puzzle

Figure it out.

# education - Friday 21 October, 2016

Maths Week: Your Friday puzzle

Figure it out.

# education - Thursday 20 October, 2016

Maths Week: Your Thursday puzzle

Figure it out.

Ireland's educators have the highest rates of work-related depression Sad

Ireland's educators have the highest rates of work-related depression

A new study also found fixing the ‘long-hours culture’ in workplaces could help the issue.

From Business ETC Ireland's educators have the highest rates of work-related depression Work

Ireland's educators have the highest rates of work-related depression

A new study also found fixing the ‘long-hours culture’ in workplaces could help the issue.

# education - Wednesday 19 October, 2016

Maths Week: Your Wednesday puzzle

Figure it out.

Private girls' school in south Dublin set to close over debts and 'ever increasing' costs

Notre Dame School in Churchtown caters for about 250 girls.

# education - Tuesday 18 October, 2016

Maths Week: Your Tuesday puzzle

Figure it out.

# education - Monday 17 October, 2016

Maths Week: Your Monday puzzle

Figure it out.

# education - Thursday 13 October, 2016

Secondary schools face closures as teachers vote for strike action

ASTI members voted overwhelmingly in favour of an industrial action.

# education - Tuesday 11 October, 2016

Over 2,500 new teaching jobs are to be created

Overall, the Department of Education and Skills’ budget will increase by €458 million.

# education - Sunday 9 October, 2016

An Irish conference for the Snapchat generation has caught the eye of foreign entrepreneurs

Zeminar hasn’t run its first event yet it’s still attracting global attention.

From Business ETC An Irish conference for the Snapchat generation has caught the eye of foreign entrepreneurs Education

An Irish conference for the Snapchat generation has caught the eye of foreign entrepreneurs

Zeminar hasn’t run its first event yet it’s still attracting global attention.

# education - Thursday 6 October, 2016

From Business ETC UCD is spending €65m in a bid to become a top-shelf business school Education

UCD is spending €65m in a bid to become a top-shelf business school

The college wants to be ranked among the top-50 worldwide.

# education - Monday 3 October, 2016

From Business ETC Microsoft's CEO was in Dublin today to talk about kick-starting the next industrial revolution Data And Security

Microsoft's CEO was in Dublin today to talk about kick-starting the next industrial revolution

Satya Nadella was in the Irish capital to launch his company’s new playbook for cloud computing.

# education - Monday 26 September, 2016

'The status quo is long past its sell-by date': Campaigners hit out as Ireland ignores the UN

Activists claim the State has a responsibility to make school a place for everyone.

From Business ETC These are the companies Ireland's graduates most want to work for Work

These are the companies Ireland's graduates most want to work for

The latest GradIreland rankings of employer popularity have just been released.

# education - Sunday 25 September, 2016

FactCheck: Does Ireland really have the "highest education" in Europe?

Junior Minister Eoghan Murphy made an effort to impress international viewers on CNBC this week. But did he over-state the case?

'We're losing the Messis and Ronaldos of education - Irish colleges need more funding'

Trinity professor Luke O’Neill, one of Ireland’s most respected academics, says the country is facing a brain drain.

# education - Thursday 22 September, 2016

From Business ETC 'We're losing the Messis and Ronaldos of education. Irish colleges need more funding' Education

'We're losing the Messis and Ronaldos of education. Irish colleges need more funding'

Trinity professor Luke O’Neill, one of Ireland’s most respected academics, says the country is facing a brain drain.

From Business ETC Most of Ireland's marketers don't have entry-level digital skills, a survey has found Marketing

Most of Ireland's marketers don't have entry-level digital skills, a survey has found

Research by the Digital Marketing Institute shows that there is a growing digital skills gap among Irish marketers.

# education - Wednesday 21 September, 2016

Irish universities fail to make the top 200 in global rankings

Trinity College Dublin has been temporarily removed from the rankings while a review of its data is undertaken.

# education - Tuesday 20 September, 2016

Housebuyers pay €5,600 more on average to live close to a secondary school

Homeowners pay a 2.6% premium to live near a secondary school, according to the latest Daft.ie Research Report.

# education - Friday 16 September, 2016

Newly-qualified teachers will now start on €31,800 a year

That is equal to those who had been doing the job before 2012.

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